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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Ron tells the reader that his contact in the FBI was rather prone to use what literary device in his everyday speech?
2. Jim Crow laws kept what system in place within America?
(a) The gap between the rich and the poor.
(c) Paper terrorism.
3. What caused the chief of police to assign Ron security detail in protecting David Duke?
(a) He saw Ron's poor investigation results.
(b) He received death threats against David Duke.
(c) He got a specific request from David Duke.
(d) He fired the department's private security firm.
4. What is NOT a relative success named by Ron within the event of David Duke's visit to Colorado Springs?
(a) No riots broke out.
(b) Ken bungled a public KKK rally.
(c) David Duke survived.
(d) A cross burning ceremony was averted.
5. Who was NOT included in Ron's symbolic Polaroid photograph?
(a) Fred Wilkens.
(c) Chuck Howarth.
(d) David Duke.
Short Answer Questions
1. Ken told Fred Wilkens that he had recruited how many prospective KKK members in the Colorado State Penitentiary?
2. How many pledges are present within the Personal Code of the KKK?
3. What was the title of the book written by George Lincoln Rockwell and published under the name C.W. Bristol?
4. It is estimated that how many members were part of the Colorado KKK in 1923?
5. From the perspective of Ron, who won the debate between David Duke and the black professor.
Short Essay Questions
1. How is the theme of violence depicted within David Duke's comments to Ron about the black security officer?
2. How does the scene between the black man and his five-year-old son also connect with the book's themes of courage and changing times in America?
3. What was the outcome of the 1964 case in Mississippi involving missing civil rights workers?
4. How do the members of Posse Comitatus act toward David Duke?
5. How does Ron enlist the help of other governmental organizations to aid in his own investigation?
6. How does the theme of absurdity enter the narrative during the scene of the anti-KKK rally in Colorado Springs?
7. What does Ken tell the media about the Klan's intentions when he is given a chance to speak at the anti-KKK protest in Colorado Springs?
8. What role does Ron play in the protest march held by the anti-KKK group in Colorado Springs?
9. What was the status of the KKK in 1923 Colorado and how does Ron find out this information?
10. What history of David Duke's life does Ron present to the reader and for what purpose?
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